1. LREQ tells you:
LIST=STATUS JOB=ABCDEF DATE=11.291 PAGE 0001
JOB QUEUE CA-7 -DAY(DDD) AND TIME(HHMM)-- CPU SCH ENTRY MSTR JOB
NAME NAME JOB# DEADLINE SUB/START DUE-OUT SPEC/RUN ID MODE REQ STATUS
ABCDEF REQ 6591 291/1158 291/1130 291/1230 ALL- 024 SSCN 001
------------------------- REQUIREMENTS STATUS -------------------------
_______ WAITING FOR SUBMIT TIME (11291 11:30)
SLIF-00 REQUEST COMPLETED AT 10:31:29 ON 11.291
If you don't know what the deadline means, or sub/start time means, or due out time means -- you should be reading CA-7 manuals to find out, not posting questions here.
2. From the CA-7 online help menu (emphasis added by me):
CA-7 - HELP FACILITY PAGE 003
RQNWK - Network requirements only
RQUSR - User memo-form requirements only
RQVRM - Virtual resource requirements only
RQEXCP - ONLY and SKIP requirements only
SCHD - Schedule information only
STEPDD - Job, step & DD information
TRIG - Jobs and/or data sets that trigger this
job as well as all jobs that are triggered
by this job
If you don't know what a dataset trigger is or when it occurs, then you shouldn't be here -- you should be reading the CA-7 manuals.
4. Talk to your site CA-7 group. They may be able to explain what is going on. Personally, I never pay attention to what queue the job is in -- I use LQ, XQJ, and LJOB for most of my CA-7 activity. I monitor some jobs, edit JCL or force jobs complete or restart them, and list out the job details. If I need to do anything else, I'll consult the CA-7 experts in our shop, or read the manuals or go through the online help facility until I find what I need.